Strategic effects of the conflict with Iraq: Latin America
Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003 - History - 15 pages
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Alexis de Tocqueville Argentina Army War College Associated Press Author interview balancing Latin interests best Colonial tradition Brazil's Buenos Aires Center for Hemispheric central strategic problem Chile Cirino Clausewitz coca Colombia Colossus CONFLICT WITH IRAQ Continuing U.S. Army cooperation Democracy Department of Defense direct security threats economic economy—and the concomitant expansion of terrorism global governments Hemispheric Studies Alexis increasingly and vitally instability Julio LATIN AMERICA Dr Latin American-U.S. Latin Americans argue lawless areas Manwaring Max G Mexican Mexico Miami Herald monograph multilateral national security policy national territories neighbors an increasingly nonstate actors Obedesco Organization of American partnership President Alvaro Uribe Princeton realpolitik terms region Rio Treaty Rumsfeld security/stability stake special series STRATEGIC EFFECTS Strategic Studies Institute Studies Institute SSI Sun Tzu terrorists to U.S. U.S. Army Responsibility U.S. economy—and U.S. interests U.S. invasion U.S. national security U.S. Secretary U.S.-Latin American unilateral training United States sells vitally important financial